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  1. 1. Group Members: Liew Poh Ka, Monnie Lee Kailyn Tan You Liang, Ivan Foo Zhi Fung Gabriel Chin Allester Shaun Social Psychology Video Presentation Turn Over a New Leaf
  2. 2. SOCIAL LEARNING PERSPECTIVE
  3. 3. SCENE 1 : CHILL
  4. 4. SOCIAL LEARNING PERSPECTIVE Definition: This perspective argues that individuals learn from observing the behaviors of others. Individuals observe modeled behaviors and in turn behave in a similar manner. Example: Gabriels friends want to chill and stop study for tomorrows exam. Gabriel learns and follows by observing the behaviors of his friends.
  5. 5. FALSE CONSENSUS
  6. 6. SCENE 2 : HE THOUGHT
  7. 7. FALSE CONSENSUS Definition: Tendency to overestimate the number of people who act or think as we do. May serve a self-protective function. Example: Gabriel thought that his friends never study for the next days exam, so he refuses to study too.
  8. 8. SELF-SERVING BIAS
  9. 9. SCENE 3: BLAME
  10. 10. SELF-SERVING BIAS Definition: The tendency to attribute positive effects or successful behaviors to dispositional factors. While attributing negative effects or unsuccessful behaviors to situational factors. Example: He failed his exam. He blamed on his lecturer said that his lecturer did not teach well and cause him getting a bad result.
  11. 11. UPWARDS COUNTERFACTUALS THINKING
  12. 12. SCENE 4: SCOLD
  13. 13. Upward Counterfactuals Thinking Definition: A concept in psychology that involves the human tendency to create possible alternatives to life events that have already occurred. Something that is contrary to what actually happened. Example: His mother scolded him and controlled his lifestyle and this made him feel regret on what he did.
  14. 14. PERSUASIO N
  15. 15. SCENE 5: PERSUADE
  16. 16. PERSUASION Definition: attempts to influence others attitudes or behaviors. The action or fact of persuading someone or of being persuaded to do or believe something. Example: His sister persuaded him to become a hardworking person. Lastly, he turned to become a hardworking person after he considered on his behavior.